Item Added to Cart Electronic Item Added to Cart
Item Added to Cart
Millions of people engage in some form of self-injury. Drawing from research and interviews, Jerusha Clark explores cutting, a complex problem with no easy solution.
Cutting is a practice that has crossed age and gender lines. It's not just depressed teens who inflict injury on themselves--it can be anyone dealing with overwhelming feelings.
This book explores the complex issue of cutting without offering any pat or simple fixes. It examines the psychology of, the feelings of anger and despair behind it, and the counseling resources that can help.
This book is a great tool to help those who engage in cutting, pastors who want to learn more, or those who need to understand someone who practices self injury.
Inside a Cutter's Mind
Trim Size: 5.5 x 8.25
Percentage Discounts for Bulk Purchases of Single Items
Quantity Discount %
Part of a Series
Available in Spanish
You May Also Like:
View all reviewsCustomer Reviews
A True God-Send
I am so blessed that God gave me this book! It was exactly what I needed, and after reading it once, I am ready to read it again! It provides a wealth of knowledge about how to help a self injurer that you love. It honestly allowed me to understand the deep hurts that self injurers struggle with daily. Once those wounds are recognized, the authors provide reccomendations on how to approach the situation from both a clinical and spiritual perspective. It really helped me understand the complexity of dealing with self injury and that it is a long journey to healing and victory. This book made me realize that cutting is no easy issue to battle with, and you truly must be committed to the one you care about to be there for them and to help them along
11/10/2007 8:27:00 PM
View all reviews
Compassionate look at a real-life topic
Finally a Christian non-fiction book crosses the shame barrier to address self-injury. Jerusha Clark's book is a compassionate but thorough look at this difficult issue. She references many well-respected non-Christian authors and resources, providing reliable information about self-injury. Her discussion of brain imaging techniques authenticates the medical aspects of the disorder. Clark also discusses emotional and spiritual foundations of self-abuse in a thorough but caring way.
6/9/2007 11:26:00 AM